Sharing Death and Dying: Advance Directives, Autonomy and the Family
Chan, Ho Mun
Bioethics 2004 April; 18(2): 87-103
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Stone, Jim (1994-07)This paper argues that living wills are typically nebulous and confused documents that do not effectively enable you to determine your future treatment. Worse, signing a living will can end your life in ways you never intended, ...